AnadoluJet to launch Pristina operations

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Turkish Airlines’ leisure brand AnadoluJet will commence a new three weekly service between Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport and Pristina this coming summer. Flights will operate each Monday, Saturday and Sunday, starting May 10. It will compete directly against Pegasus Airlines on the route. AnadoluJet previously announced it would also introduce services to Sarajevo. Further details for its new Pristina operations can be found here.

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  1. Anonymous11:08

    I already wrote it before that Informations from THY are that Skopje, Ohrid, Tirana, Podgorica and few other Balkan airport will be included with flights to Sabiha Airport to compete with Pegasus.

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  2. Anonymous11:29

    This could be a way to deal with softer yields. Their costs out of IST are pretty high.

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    1. Anonymous12:13

      That's not the reason.

      TK is competing Pegasus in SAW.

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  3. Anonymous11:30

    Those flight times are horrible

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    1. Anonymous11:33

      It's to improve aircraft utilisation and to improve connections via SAW.

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    2. Anonymous16:06

      This flight schedule is adjusted for shvercers :)

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  4. Zašto ne pokrenu letove Istanbul Beograd ako već žele da budu konkurencija Pegasusu?Možda bi mogli da uvedu liniju Istanbul SAW Niš

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